No matter how brilliant a person may be, it does not necessarily mean he will make a good leader
As in many corporate organizations, it is assumed that brilliant people should be in charge of management positions. This assumption can be wrong as there has been no proven correlation between brilliance and leadership.
Being brilliant is no guarantee for having great leadership skills. That an employee is technically capable and does his work well does not mean he will be a good supervisor. The ability to carry people along and motivate others is important.
According to Simon Sinek,”a boss has the title while a leader has the people”
Brilliance should be measured by the ability to compliment people, magnifying their strength and not their weaknesses.
No matter how brilliant your mind or strategy, if you are playing a solo game, you’ll always lose to a team.